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Cointext CTO Vin Armani Talks Content, Reveals the ‘Real’ Bitcoin in New Video

</header> <strong>Cointext CTO Vin Armani has a lot to say. The multi-faceted content creator, voluntaryist philosopher, and developer in the Bitcoin Cash community crafts thought-provoking crypto content. Whether dissecting the ‘gym friend’ meme in the context of grounded masculinity, or addressing the roots of tribalism and which chain is the true Bitcoin, Armani’s collaboration with …

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The Top 50 Crypto Memes of All Time

</header> <strong>Memes are the fuel that powers the cryptoconomy. Exploitable image macros, shareable acronyms, and obscure in-jokes are the stuff that crypto is made of. To mark the dawn of a new decade, news.Bitcoin.com has endeavored to catalog the crypto memes that came to define the last one. These are the 50 greatest cryptocurrency memes …

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‘Stacking Sats’ vs. ‘ETH Is Money’ – The Memes That Shaped 2019

From “digital gold” to “stacking sats” to “ETH is money,” 2019 was a year of narrative battlegrounds and meme warfare. And when every narrative is competing for scarce resources and attention, things are sure to get contentious. Disclosure Read More The leader in blockchain news, CoinDesk is a media outlet that strives for the highest …

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The Coolest Jobs in Crypto

</header> <strong>Meme Lord. Street artist. Unique startup founder. Feeder of the hungry. There’s no end to the amount of cool jobs in crypto, and new uses for decentralized, peer-to-peer cash are limited only by the bounds of one’s imagination. Whether finding new and innovative solutions for longstanding societal or technological problems, just having fun, or …

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Recommended Reading: How memes became political weapons

Sponsored Links ASSOCIATED PRESS How memes got weaponized: A short history Joan Donovan, MIT Technology Review Memes are entertaining, but they’ve also become key weapons in politics and the spread of misinformation. This piece starts with just one of many insane stories: “In October 2016, a friend of mine learned that one of his wedding …

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